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I have explore the
Techniques Wiki https://www.projectmanagement.com/wiki/techniques/
and the Wiki https://www.projectmanagement.com/wiki/

First I found a lot of almost empty descriptions and a few that are duplicated. Others are very well done.

I would like to thank those that added valuable contribution. And encourage other to contribute.

Have you explore it?
Should it be promoted?

What do you think?
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From my point of view is a great feature of this site, that maybe should be promoted in the home page. For example last updates, or something like that.

A few months ago, I explored, found and reported some entries that were discussions, spam, and the site administrator cleaned it.

In my case, I found the entry about Emotional Intelligence, and I started to complete, but due to time constraints or because I spent more time participating in the discussions forum... it can't be finished, not yet.

I would like to also encourage the team members to participate and contribute.



@Maria thank you for your feed-back
Nice suggestion to have it in the home page.
Also I think we could set a alert for updates, like a message one a day/a week on change in the Wikis.
I plan to make a few addition and edition, reason for exploring it.



The main idea of the Wiki's is to have everyone contribute and add value. You can start a Wiki even if it was a few lines (Emotional Intelligence Wiki is am example) then people start contributing and building on that.

Unfortunately, I do not see much contributions there so probably Wiki's need to ne promoted as some members might not be aware of it or how it works.
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Feb 23, 2017 7:05 PM
Vincent Guerard
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@Rami, thank you for your feedback
I agree that a Wiki can be started with a small text, and people just keep on contributing to make it more and more valuable.
Sadly some wiki where initiated in 2012 with a basic frame, no content specially those on Agile, no update where made since.
And you are right it is not very visible. That is a part of the reason behind this discussion, and even here not much action!



Feb 23, 2017 2:15 AM
Replying to Rami Kaibni
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The main idea of the Wiki's is to have everyone contribute and add value. You can start a Wiki even if it was a few lines (Emotional Intelligence Wiki is am example) then people start contributing and building on that.

Unfortunately, I do not see much contributions there so probably Wiki's need to ne promoted as some members might not be aware of it or how it works.
@Rami, thank you for your feedback
I agree that a Wiki can be started with a small text, and people just keep on contributing to make it more and more valuable.
Sadly some wiki where initiated in 2012 with a basic frame, no content specially those on Agile, no update where made since.
And you are right it is not very visible. That is a part of the reason behind this discussion, and even here not much action!
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1 reply by Rami Kaibni
Feb 24, 2017 1:17 AM
Rami Kaibni
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I agree that this part should get more exposure and attention.



Feb 23, 2017 7:05 PM
Replying to Vincent Guerard
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@Rami, thank you for your feedback
I agree that a Wiki can be started with a small text, and people just keep on contributing to make it more and more valuable.
Sadly some wiki where initiated in 2012 with a basic frame, no content specially those on Agile, no update where made since.
And you are right it is not very visible. That is a part of the reason behind this discussion, and even here not much action!
I agree that this part should get more exposure and attention.



You're all right about the need to promote the wiki. If I didn't happen across this thread I would never have known we had one.
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Nov 28, 2017 8:39 PM
Vincent Guerard
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Eric,
Happy you discover it
Feel free to contribute



It is a good feature but many organizations are struggling getting older workers to use some of the available technologiesy
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1 reply by Vincent Guerard
Nov 28, 2017 8:40 PM
Vincent Guerard
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Have a look at PM.com wiki some nice stuff, and place for contribution



Feb 24, 2017 6:25 AM
Replying to Eric Simms
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You're all right about the need to promote the wiki. If I didn't happen across this thread I would never have known we had one.
Eric,
Happy you discover it
Feel free to contribute



Nov 28, 2017 4:05 PM
Replying to Kev Coleman
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It is a good feature but many organizations are struggling getting older workers to use some of the available technologiesy
Have a look at PM.com wiki some nice stuff, and place for contribution

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